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Just hoping to find someone in the area or passing by to give my baby a little bit of a jolt Please?

Been in Brisbane in the past 10 days (No idea why it was flat) but my friend did take borrow my tool box so I'm guessing she didn't close the boot properly, been meaning to buy and emergency jumpstarter and a battery charger but never gotten around to it. If anyone is in the area I would really appreciate a jumpstart

Cell: 0432-717-554

Thanks In Advance


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Yeah... nice one Ryan.

Same thing happened to me when I came back from hols... you should get a trickle charger when you're away. They're only like $60

apartments suck for that

my old datto i used to just pull the isolater switch, but it had no alarm

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  • 2 weeks later...
He's back in action... i wasn't sure if i had cables on me, but i did :)

I am in toorak, so took me ~5mins to get there haha.

Im surprised with how many people live around my area who are on the forums.... im in malvern.

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Should've given it a half-assed try then go for the:

"Sorry, ladies, car won't start. You must be freezing out here in your mini-skirts. Why don't we all hop into my 5-seater Stag where it's all nice and warm and cruise to my pad? I'll call my mate with the tow truck - he'll deliver the car fully charged to my doorstep in the morning." :)

came in handy one night, bmw with 4 hot chick's wouldnt start down near the city. man i was quick to pull a U-turn *I SAW THEM FIRST*
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Im surprised with how many people live around my area who are on the forums.... im in malvern.

ten day old thread :)

but yes, continue the praise of me while its up :)

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